10 months ago

Hi,

Thank you for this great product.

Any chance to convert txt EQ from REW (Room EQ Wizard) to EQE?

Example of REW txt preset:

Filter  1: ON  PK       Fc   50.50 Hz  Gain  -4.40 dB  Q  3.619
Filter  2: ON  PK       Fc   88.10 Hz  Gain  -5.00 dB  Q  2.385
Filter  3: ON  PK       Fc   116.5 Hz  Gain  -4.80 dB  Q  2.001
Filter  4: ON  PK       Fc   255.0 Hz  Gain  -4.60 dB  Q  2.523
Filter  5: ON  PK       Fc   360.0 Hz  Gain -10.20 dB  Q  1.148
Filter  6: ON  PK       Fc   518.0 Hz  Gain  18.00 dB  Q  1.017
Filter  7: ON  PK       Fc   791.0 Hz  Gain  -6.10 dB  Q  1.539
Filter  8: ON  PK       Fc    1142 Hz  Gain  14.20 dB  Q  1.858
Filter  9: ON  PK       Fc    1300 Hz  Gain -18.10 dB  Q  1.012
Filter 10: ON  PK       Fc    1989 Hz  Gain   8.50 dB  Q  1.000
Filter 11: ON  PK       Fc    2338 Hz  Gain  -2.10 dB  Q  4.722
Filter 12: ON  PK       Fc    4489 Hz  Gain  -7.40 dB  Q  1.391
Filter 13: ON  PK       Fc    6621 Hz  Gain  -4.70 dB  Q  2.040
Filter 14: ON  PK       Fc   11783 Hz  Gain  -3.00 dB  Q  2.527
Filter 15: ON  PK       Fc   13781 Hz  Gain  -1.80 dB  Q  2.341
10 months ago

Check out this script: https://github.com/rweichler/AutoEQE/blob/master/convert_autoeq.lua

That's for AutoEq which uses the same format, you will have to edit it slightly to make it read the right files.

But you're right this should just be a automatic feature where you copy/paste it into a box. Thx for the feedback

10 months ago

deer:

Check out this script: https://github.com/rweichler/AutoEQE/blob/master/convert_autoeq.lua

That's for AutoEq which uses the same format, you will have to edit it slightly to make it read the right files.

But you're right this should just be a automatic feature where you copy/paste it into a box. Thx for the feedback

how to run this script?

lua convert_autoeq.lua greenharman.txt
greenharman.txt
nil
lua: convert_autoeq.lua:38: attempt to concatenate a nil value (field '?')
stack traceback:
    convert_autoeq.lua:38: in main chunk
    [C]: in ?

10 months ago

use this instead

local path = string.gsub(string.gsub(arg[1], '%.txt', '.lua'), '\n', '')
local f = io.open(path, 'w')

function p(s)
    f:write(s)
    f:write('\n')
end

p('return {')

for line in io.open(arg[1], 'r'):lines() do
    local k, fr, g, q = line:match('Filter %d+%: ON (.+) Fc (%-?%d+%.?%d*) Hz Gain (%-?%d+%.?%d*) dB Q (%-?%d+%.?%d*)')
    p('    {')
    p('        name = "eq",')
    p('        gain = '..g..',')
    p('        frequency = '..fr..',')
    p('        Q = '..q..',')
    p('    },')
end
p('}')

f:close()
10 months ago

deer:

use this instead

error:

lua convert_autoeq.lua greenharman.txt 
lua: convert_autoeq.lua:15: attempt to concatenate a nil value (local 'g')
stack traceback:
    convert_autoeq.lua:15: in main chunk
    [C]: in ?

result file:

{
    {
        name = "eq",
10 months ago

it was very hard for me to debug LUA and i did it on C :)

#include <stdio.h>

int main (int argc, char *argv []) {
  printf ("return {\n");
  printf ("  {\n");
  printf ("    name = \"preamp\",\n");
  printf ("    gain = %lf,\n", 0.0);
  printf ("  },\n");
  char tmp [128];
  while (NULL != fgets (tmp, sizeof (tmp), stdin)) {
    int filter_num;
    double fc, gain, q;
    int ret = sscanf (tmp,
                      "Filter %d: ON %*[A-Za-z0-9] Fc %lf Hz Gain %lf dB Q %lf\n",
                      &filter_num, &fc, &gain, &q);
    if (ret == 4) {
      // line was recognized
      printf ("  {\n");
      printf ("    name = \"eq\",\n");
      printf ("    gain = %lf,\n", gain);
      printf ("    frequency = %lf,\n", fc);
      printf ("    Q = %lf,\n", q);
      printf ("  },\n");
    } else {
      // line was not recognized
      //printf ("ERROR: %d, %s\n", ret, tmp);       
    }
  }
  printf ("}\n");
}

for run use:

gcc -o convert convert_autoeq.c
./convert < REWpreset.txt > EQEpreset.lua
10 months ago

i.... incredible....

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